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Noted M.D., Conservative Leader

Dr. Lawson Glynn Cox passed away in July at the age of 95. He was a well-known and respected local physician who resided in Baton Rouge for almost 60 years. Dr. Cox was a staunch conservative who could always be counted on to support conservative candidates and causes. He was born in a North Louisiana […]

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LPA Honors CCN with Top Awards

The staff of Community Press, LLC, publishers of Capital City News and Central City News, were honored at the 137th Annual Convention of the Louisiana Press Associtation in Biloxi on Saturday, July 9. The newspapers received some of journalism’s top awards at the state level. Accepting the honors were editor Woody Jenkins, business manager Jolice […]

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United Health Gives $10,000 To Tanglewood

UnitedHealthcare and former LSU running back and Sugar Bowl MVP Justin Vincent presented a $10,000 check to Tanglewood Elementary School students and staff for new sports equipment and a garden as flood-relief support. As part of the presentation at the school, UnitedHealthcare employees and Vincent, who is a “captain” with the nonprofit Dreambuilders Foundation, led […]

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Flood Survivors Glean Lessons From Past Year

We asked our readers who survived the flood of August 2016 and its aftermath to tell us what they learned from the experience. Here’s what they said: Rhonda Badeaux Conrad That I put too much value on “things” and not enough on family! Sherry Kelley-Mack Don’t trust your insurance policy, agent, or provider! Rae Lyons […]

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Brandi Payne: How the Flood Changed Our Lives

My friend wanted a non-flooded comparison of Lawson’s touching front entrance photo. Doesn’t look too drastic until you look at the mailbox. Wow! This is about how it looked when we woke up. We were rescued by boat about three hours later. What a long wait! Cell phones not working, 911 not answering anymore, or […]

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Lessons from the Great Flood of August 2017

We asked our readers to tell us what they learned from the flood of August 2016 and past year of trying to recover from it. Their fascinating answers are found on Pages 4-7 and 10 of this newspaper. You probably won’t be able to put it down! But we also wanted to answer that question […]

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Central High No. 3 in State in ACT, AP Courses

Residents of Central have cause for celebration since the Louisiana Department of Education announced results of ACT college admission tests and Advance Placement college exams. The state now requires all students to take the ACT exam whether or not they plan to attend college. Statewide, Central High School students ranked No. 3 in the state […]

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School Board Begins Search To Fill Shoes Of Supt. Faulk

Central schools Supt. Mike Faulk last month announced his plan to retire Dec. 31, and this week the Central Community School Board began a search for his replacement. But in his office this week, Supt. Faulk showed no signs of slowing down. Instead, he was busy announcing the success of Central students in the latest […]

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Faulk Led Way to Excellence for Central

Central schools Supt. Mike Faulk, who built the Central Community School System brick by brick from the ground up, will resign his position December 31, 2017, to become the Executive Director of the Louisiana Association of School Superintendents. Faulk was the first person hired by the Central School Board in early 2007. Since then, he […]

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The State of the City

Central Mayor Jr. Shelton delivered his Annual State of the City of Central Report Tuesday on the 12th anniversary of the creation of the City of Central, July 11, 2005. The mayor reviewed the difficult year the city has experienced since the 1,000-year flood of August 2016 and the city’s efforts to help its citizens […]

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